Black bears live in most parts of Ontario. Knowing what to do if you encounter a bear is being Bear Wise. Avoid encounters: Make noise when you move through heavily wooded areas, especially if you are near a stream or waterfall, where bears may not hear you. Singing, whistling or talking will alert bears to …
Wednesday, May 16th in the Michipicoten First Nation Library, Show Me How & Let’s Do It is featuring a craftshop to make Rock Collages. Come out and enjoy an evening of fun making beautiful collages with local pebbles. For more information or to sign up, call 705-856-7354 or 705-856-1993 ext. 219.
There will be a MFN Youth Council Meeting on May 23rd, 2018 at 3:45 p.m. in the MFN Library. Agenda: Bank Account Update Car Wash Fundraiser Youth Conferences A trip to Canada’s Wonderland this summer All are welcome!
The Woman in the Window- A. J. Finn The Perfect Nanny- Leila Slimani The Chalk Man- C. J. Tudor The Wife Between Us- Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen The Dry- Jane Harper The Black Painting- Neil Olson Grist Mill Road- Christopher J. Yates Sunday Silence- Nicci French The Thirst- Jo Nesbo Need to know- Karen …
The MFN Band Offices and the Medical Centre is closed today due to the poor weather. Offices will open tomorrow morning. The offices at 3 Maple will remain open today.
Are you interested in planting? Come join the health team for an introductory session to discuss plans for a Community Vegetable Garden Project. A Composting Project will go along with this too! All are welcome. The meeting is Tuesday, April 17th at 10 a.m. at the Health Centre.